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Teaching English As A Foreign Language

The acquisition of a new language can pose many difficulties to both the student, in learning the language, and to the teacher in communicating and teaching the language. The following essay attempts to outline some of these difficulties. One of the major factors affecting all students attempting to acquire a foreign language is the correlation of the new language and their native tongue. The degree of variation between the student’s native tongue and the English language can cause all kinds of problems...

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English as a Foreign Language Teaching in Hungary

primary schools and the secondary schools regarding how they teach the English language. I chose an ordinary city school to visit in Vac. First of all, inasmuch as I am much more interested in teaching grammar school – aged students than children in their early years I was curious about how do the elder students get along with the language learning. Secondly, in my future plans I put at a highlighted place the prospect of teaching in a grammar school therefore I wanted to know what I would face if...

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Problem of English Language Teaching

Language is seen as mans most important gift. It is the basics of all creative thought. Without language, there will be no progress, no civilization and no culture. English is important in Nigeria because it is the language that builds a bridge across the barriers created by the existence of many languages. Irrespective of its significance in our educational system, the English language, to all intents and purposes, appears indispensable in all aspects of our national development. Politically, it...

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Communication in Foreign Language Teaching:

it is between classmates or between the teacher and students. In order for a foreign language teacher to be successful in his or her profession, it is essential to use comprehensible, succinct, and informative oral communication. This use of oral communication is vital for the accomplishment of a foreign language teacher’s goal: for their students to be successful in learning to speak, read, and write in a foreign language. According to the online Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook...

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English Language Teaching and Ict

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND ICT BY BANDELE ADEBOYE SOGBESAN SENIOR LECTURER IN ENGLISH, DEPT OF LANGUAGES, TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, IJEBU ODE. INTRODUCTION Language has been described by various scholars over the years according to the perceived roles it plays in different circumstances. Sapir (1921) sees it as a system of arbitrary vocal signs and symbols used for the purpose of communication. It can also be seen in the light of Christophersen’s (1981) view as a conventional...

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Micro-Teaching Practice Arrangements for Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature LALI-441 TEFL TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEFL Portfolio Task Descriptions & Criteria Evaluation Criteria: Your grade will be determined by how many marks you earn during the semester. Marks are based on the following assignments: 4. Design & Planning: Lesson Plan 20 % 5. Micro-teaching 20% Lesson Planning - Chapter 22 You are required to micro- teach for 30 minutes in your TEFL class. Micro-Teaching Practice Arrangements ...

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A SURVEY ON THE COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING Nowadays, with the internationalization of this world, the foreign language learning and teaching has become especially important. In fact, since foreign language study was brought to school, various language-teaching methods have been used one after another, such as the Grammar –Translation Approach, the Direct Approach, the Audio-lingual Approach, etc. In 1970s, a new approach for language teaching, especially for foreign language teaching ---the Communicative...

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Modern Methodology in Teaching English Language

Modern methodologies in English Language Teaching Effective ways to teach Grammar By Ms.K.RajalakshmiTherichselvam Assistant Professor – I Department of English Kalasalingam University Krishnankoil. In teaching English to the learners, one must aim at making them efficient users of the language. The learners should be enabled to use the language for all their needs of communications. For the last several years, the teaching of grammar on schools has been the subject of criticism. There are...

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General Objective Teaching English

objective of teaching English at high school * ------------------------------------------------- Profile of the teacher Christian Fernando Méndez Corrales Mtro. Matilde Estrella Cubillas Ingles III Los adolescentes y el aprendizaje del inglés Cd. Obregón Sonora a18 de agosto de 2011 General objective of teaching English at high school The purpose of studying a foreign language (English) in secondary education is for students to participate in certain social practices of language, both...

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Foreign Language in High School

 Foreign Language in High School Does freedom of speech include the choice of what language you learn in school? Many high schools are only offering Spanish as the sole foreign language. Gone are the days when students could choose what language to learn second to English. The schools have taken this choice away from our youth, due to the number of Spanish speaking people in this county. It is important for us to as a global society to offer multiple languages in high schools. If students are...

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